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soil. this after capturing an al-qaeda spokesman and the son-in-law of usama bin laden overseas and then bringing him to new york city to face trial. within steps of the 9/11 memorial. fox news correspondent doug mckelway has our report. >> reporter: the not guilty plea in federal court this morning to one count of conspiracy to kill americans sets the stage for a high profile terrorist trial just blocks from ground zero. it reignites intense republican criticism of the obama administration for trying terrorism suspects in civilian courts where miranda rights apply. >> if this man right next to usama bin laden involved in the attacks on our country on 9/11, don't you think it would be important that we not tell him that he has the right to remain silent? >> reporter: ayotte along with senators mccain and graham today again condemned the decision in a statement that said, quote: >> r eporter: a family member of a 9/11 victim also weighed in. >> my concern is a guy like this comes to a civilian court, he's put away. hopefully, he would be convicted, but it wouldn't, it's not -- it
strong laws, stronger than jessica's law. >> you actually don't have strong laws. you are lucky o'reilly wasn't here today, sir. >> bill: what is going on in the state of colorado? it doesn't want to pass jessica's law to protect kids but it does want to legalize marijuana and impose new restrictions on gun ownership. we'll have a follow-up on that. also tonight, dennis miller on dennis rodman, alan colmes, and the obama administration telling the kids they can't come to the white house. >> what are you, nuts? get out of here. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. enough, enough. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. lots of folks talking about my shootout with alan colmes last night where i asked him what specific, specific budget cuts president obama has proposed. colmes himmed and hawaiied saying the president promising to cut medicare or something. but the truth is president obama has not put forth any specific federal spending cuts. it's all a
want to avoid another terrible situation like sandy hook. we have to enforce the laws that we have. a few more laws, okay. but they are not going to solve the problem. we must enforce the ones that we have. lou: we must talk another time about that assault weapons ban. mayer, it is so great to have you here. always good to see you. venezuelan president hugo chavez died today after a two-year battle with cancer. the vice president making the announcement just hours after they expelled two u.s. diplomats in the country. his cancer was caused, he said, by power play. he gradually placed all state institutions, including the oil industry under his direct control. he frequently railed against the united states in an effort to promote a leftist recycle across latin america as well as his own country. hugo chavez, 58 years old. lou: no more drama obama. has the president proved his professional standing with the author of the best-selling book the amateur? ed klein is coming up next. and the dow jones at a new record high. u.s. economist stephen whiting on where the market is headed. than
french thunderbird, a vermouthy, fortified wine thing, my sister-in-law loves this, perhaps too much. and just kidding. and, very special ingredient, fresh lemon juice, it must be from a fruit, if you have something called lemon juice from a store, and they didn't spend lemon with all the vowels o -- there we go. i love it. three quarters, now, the really difficult thing about the corpse reviver, is that -- it is really easy, all equal parts, tree quarters of an ounce of gin, cointreau, here is the hard part, two drops of absinthe, it is impossible to get two drops of anything unless you're the kind of person who has an eyedropper around. and if you are the kind that has an eyedropper around, you're probably not watching cable tv for your cocktail recipes. so see what you can do to get two drops. i use a paring knife. shake it. for more than you think you need to, until your hands feel really cold. and? the corpse will be revived. or as they say in the serious drinking business, if you have one too many of these, the corporation will become un-revived. happy friday, the recipe is at
for "early start." >> "starting point" starts now. >>> welcome, everybody. today, osama bin laden's son-in-law caught and brought to new york under a shroud of secrecy. what happens next? >>> and details on how a lion killed a young woman. that wild animal wasn't where it belonged. former president clinton urging the supreme court to overturn a law he signed when he was in the white house. >> holy dow! we are counting down to a key report about jobs now less than two hours away. >> forget the right to bear arms. one small american town is about to make it mandatory. a gun for every house and every family. >>> plus, a first look at hollywood's risky bet on a brand new "wizard of oz." is the yellow brick road paved with box office gold? >> and talk about this morning the mom who found her 7-year-old daughter's diet list. we'll chat with dara-lynn weiss. we had a her here talking about her daughter's struggle with obesity. tommy davidson, actor and comedian, joins us. and abbie cornish joins us later. it's friday, march 8. "starting point" begins now. >>> welcome, everybody. our "starting point"
. but are there dark clouds on the horizon? >>> osama bin laden's son-in-law finally faces a judge in new york. and there's some lawmakers that are very unhappy about that, i.e., new york versus guantanamo? >>> later in the show, dr. andrew weil is our guest, he has a stunning critique of health care in america tonight. let's go "outfront." good friday evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, rays of economic sunshine. history on wall street with the dow soaring more than 2% this week to a record high. and news that the unemployment rate in america fell from 7.9% to 7.7%. that's actually the lowest level we've seen in four years. rosier than even the rosiest of forecasts. so we're on the up and up, right? all this stuff about forced spending cuts was just a bunch of b.s.? well, remember when president obama issued this warning a few weeks ago? >> people will lose their jobs. the unemployment rate might tick up again. >> all right, today's report, and this is important, is based on data from last month, before the cuts went into effect. so the president could still be right. and
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the law. so when we asked the president, can you kill americans on american soil with your drone strikes, which is part of the military, it it should be an easy answer. >> it's a pretty direct question, it's a question i've been asking all morning, it's a question i've been asking for a month and a half. >> and tonight, senator rand paul is declaring victory, now, we spoke with him a short time ago. senator, nice to see you, sir. >> good to be with you. >> well, today the attorney general of the united states wrote you a letter and says in part it's come to my attention that you've now asked an additional question he, does the president have the authority to weaponize drone noncombat kill an american on american soil. the answer to the that question is no. >> apparently it was sent to the media outlets and announced on tv and calling my office do we have a letter from the house because we've been waiting for this, to try to determine whether or not to let the brennan nomination go forward. >> do you have a question whether it was snarky because it says it's come to my attention that you'
's it for us. thanks for watching. "early start" begins now. >>> caught. osama bin laden's son-in-law, an al qaeda mouthpiece, now in u.s. custody. you will not believe where he was hiding. >> the dow's history-making winning streak continues as the focus flips to jobs now in the key report. is your situation getting any better. >>> sloshing your way to work. a windy, snowy, disgusting mess hanging over the northeast right now. this is the winter storm that will not go away. >> sell it, berman. >>> it's not a right to bear arms. it is a requirement. the town that wants everyone to own a gun. good morning. welcome to "early start." thanks for being with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. it is friday, march 8th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. we'll start with a major very many in had the war on terror. sending shockwaves from manhattan to capitol hill to the middle east. osama bin laden's son-in-law captured and in u.s. custody and in just hours, abu ghaith will be in new york. more on how we caught him and the controversy surrounding this court appearance. susan candiotti is here. >>
in american law enforcement history. >> if you distrust the government, waco is going to be symbolic to a lot of people of what they really fear. >> i'm talking to you, somebody's going to get hurt. >> if he asks god for some kind of sign and god gives it, what does that mean? >> every saturday morning clive doyle and sheila martin study the bible. >> behold, the lord god will come with a strong arm. >> they are about all that's left in waco of the branch davidians, an offshoot of the seventh day adventist church. the religious community went back generations. it even issued its own currency during the great depression. david koresh came to the faith and its texas commune in 1981. who was he back then, to you? >> just a bum. >> former branch davidian kathy jones and her husband david had seen religious visionaries come and go. >> god speaks to me. >> this time was different. koresh would preach his way to power. >> i remember in the beginning, everybody was like, oh, he's crazy. he's this and that. i mean, that's all i heard. all of a sudden people were like, well, we're listening to him. he
ways and means oversight committee, part of the committee for writing tax laws. we have douglas holtz he didn't with us. regarding how the middle class will be treated with obamacare, it turns out the promises are not true. >> i think that is unmistakable. obamacare has a lot of tax in it. this is $800 billion in taxes and when you hear that that is kind of a number, you wonder who will foot the bill. a lot of these will turn out to be higher insurance premiums, some of them will be taxes directly on the policy. a lot of them are going to harm economic growth. in the end, we know how many workers are out there and we know how poor the income growth has been. gerri: even now, people don't really understand what we are going to be on the hook for. health insurance premiums taxes, which you've just mentied, medical device taxes, it is quick to be devastating to companies. people are going to lose jobs and employer individual insurance is going to rising costs as well. we were promised that it wasn't going to raise the deficit. but will it? >> i don't see others how there's any way that t
the law. but, now, a justice on that same court says the voting rights act, a law passed to help undo the legacy of dread scott, is "a racial entitlement." we all know that efforts to restrict the vote are well-under way. in north carolina, house republicans are voting on a new voter id bill. in wisconsin, a new bill would limit the hours of a in-person absentee ballot. charges have been filed against two volters tied with the gop. that's right, voter fraud is real. it's just being committed by republicans. yes, we need to continue to have laws that will protect fairness and protect equal rights. why do we need the government to do these laws? because tchs bad laws the government did that caused the problem in the first place. government must undo what government did. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. blank blarng. >> beating around the bush. let's play "hardball.">> beatin. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. bush. how long have we heard that name in republican politics? bush.
martin came to the 77-acre compound in 1985. her husband, wayne, was a harvard law graduate. they brought their six children. >> i thought at first it was going to be a sunny day. just walk into the kingdom one day, bring my family, and we'll live forever through eternity, believing in the scriptures and doing the things god wanted. >> when it comes to religious matters, you're always learning. >> reporter: clive doyle came to waco on his way from australia to israel. he ultimately stayed to study scripture with david koresh. >> as his message developed, we came to see him as more than just a prophet. >> reporter: a messiah. >> right. manifestation of god in the flesh. >> reporter: koresh added a twist to his message in 1989, declaring only he could have sex. all the other branch davidian men would be celibate, even married men. koresh, however, could have multiple wives. in this home video that he would later send to federal agents during the siege -- >> i'm not a mean person. >> no, no. >> reporter: -- koresh linked his blend of spirituality and sex with the purity of the garden of eden
or too bad to be true, i think, and the fact that you've got law enforcement saying that they cannot verify this points to, to me, to the many examples, not just at oberlin, i don't want to single out my alma mater, but it's happene many, many times over the decades where things are hatched by progressives who are trying to prove that institutional racism exists in their lives when really, the racism comes from these leftists who are segregating the kids and raising their race consciousness in a very poisonous way. >> megyn: i want to tell the viewers, according to the guardian, the lieutenant from the oberlin police says the only witness to the alleged kkk sighting may have been mistaken. they could not verify the claims and arrested two students, but police say it's unclear if it was motivated by racial hatred or if they just wanted to make a commentary on free speech. there is a bit of a leaping to conclusions. i mean, people get, you know -- it evokes a viceral reaction when you see the n-word and the f-word and hear about somebody wearing a kkk robe walking by the african center
sell here. >> the gun companies cannot be sued for that. congress in 2005 passed a specific law to give gun companies immunity from lawsuits for how they're products get used. that is not on the agenda to get discussed? however he talks about protecting your family at the end of the world, the fight against gun reform is about the gun makers that fund the nra. it is all about protecting the gun makers from becoming the focus themselves. the court is very important. the nominee is named caitlin halligan, and she is widely seen as qualified for the job. this is why they blocked the nomination. quoting senate republicans, in new york versus sterman ruger, miss halligan argued to uses of hand gun used in the state. attempting to hold gun manufacturers liable. they will not be held liable for the products they sell, and they will not argue that publicly. they have the nra to do it for them, and they stay in the shadows. at bottom this is them protecting themselves. it is heat shield politics, and they got held accountable and >> last year paul ryan was dreaming of having walking working lunc
laden's son-in-law who we find out is now in manhattan awaiting a civilian trial. how did that happen? i blame gitmo. this terror sneak and the drones employed as exterminators exist solely to avoid saying that you were wrong about the beauty of gitmo. what is gitmo? gitmo is really just a reminder in this worlddvil and that evil needs a cage when it's caught. so as world leaders kiss the c dead hand of an anti-american tyrant, north korea threatens annihilation and iran gears up for war, it's about time for the teen-agerte in chief to wise up. there is a big world that hatest you and no matter how many apology tours you make or heartfelt videos or how much yoo bow, they still do. so eric, why new york city? cheaper flights than cuba? >> no idea. this could be one of the biggest mistakes they've ever made. once he lands here, once you read him his mar randa rights, it's over. he'll get the full benefits of the legal system. no interrogation. it has to be a speedy trial. in gitmo, you keep them there, you can take loty of time to fid out what k he knows and what ele the other baind guys w
developing coast to coast, out west, colorado lawmakers are considering a major overhaul to existing gun laws. in the northeast, a late season storm is bringing two feet of snow and massive flooding to areas already hit hard this year. and overseas, world's 1.2 billion catholics begin the formal process of elect ago new leader. we're live in rome on the latest with the election of a new pope. >> hello, everybody. i'm uma pemmaraju live in washington. well, with the country locked in a debate over gun control, the spotlight is on colorado this afternoon after intense lobbying in a marathon session a sweeping gun control package has advanced in that state's legislature that. has some wondering, what ever the outcome in colorado, will other states follow suit? dominic is following the story out west. dominic? >> hey there. it took 12 whole hours in this debate that went late into the night to send sweeping legislation through colorado's democrat-led senate. not every proposal got through. shear what did. first of all, universal background checks to include gun purchases between private parties a
the court's decision on marriage? a constitutional law expert at nyu. he's here with me this afternoon. good to see you, professor. >> good to see you, craig. >> proposition 8 has been battered around in california courts. what's behind the timing of the supreme court being asked to hear this case now? >> well, it's just gone up the system in the regular stately way that these cases go so that the trial in this case is actual held in early 2010. there was a 9th circuit opinion and now there's an appeal to the supreme court and so we'll hear the the ultimate decision and oral arguments will be heard in the 26th and we'll hear the ultimate decision in the court in june. how unusual is it for an administration to be involved in a supreme court case like this? >> not that unusual. the brief itself talks about prior cases in which it's gotten involved in precisely this way. >> when that happens, does it lend any more credence to the argument? >> i think it definitely does. i think the government will now be allowed oral argument time in the court so we'll be able to address the justices about whe
the laws can remain, but cannot obtain the cherished fruits of citizenship. here is jeb bush, on the first stop on his book tour yesterday, on the "today" show. >> when it comes to a path to citizenship, all right, you fall short of that. you want legal residency, but -- and you want people to admit they've committed a crime by coming here illegally to pay back taxes and pay some fines, but not offer them a path to citizenship. if they do all the things you've asked of them, why not grant that right to become an american? >> because this proposal is a proposal that looks forward. and if we want to create an immigration policy that's going to work, we can't continue to make illegal immigration an easier path than legal immigration. >> that was a pretty big flip-flop from what jeb bush had to say just nine months ago. >> either a path to citizenship, which i would support, and that does put me, probably out of the mainstream of most conservatives, or a path to legalization. a path to residency, of some kind. >> jeb bush quickly got tangled up by the media in yesterday's flip-flop, and began
their dreams. go to today and make your business dream a reality. at we put the law on your side. the only thing republicans want more than getting out social security and entitlements is not compromising with the president. that seems to be the case to me. they are being handed this. the president said we will go with you and make the cuts and they said no, we don't want them. >> to understand the republican position you have to understand that their major objective goals one, two, and three is shielding high income people from any tax increase. that's where it hits. they also say they are for smaller government, but since they as you suggest and you do as well, don't want to touch the entitlements for ten years and then after that probably another ten years. that doesn't leave a lot, but they are wacking away with the budget and tends to fall on low income people. >> i disagree entirely. republicans don't want to cut entitlements and i would argue they want to save entitlements. that's what you see in house republican budgets that have passed the house. >> by makin
districts by law just about now. and even the virginia senators, they have no interest in voting against this. the state government is not their government, and they are going to lose -- they're going to lose votes if they do not re-enact the voting rights act. even the name of it is wonderful. who is going to vote against that in the future? >> this time it was justice elena kagan who rebutted his arguments in her exchange with the shelby county attorney. listen to this. >> you said the problem has been solved, but who gets to make that judgment really? is it you, is it the court, or is it congress? >> well, it's certainly not me. >> that's a good answer. i was hoping you would say that. >> but i think the question is congress can examine it, congress makes a record, it is up to the court to determine whether the problem indeed has been solved and whether the new problem, if there is one -- >> well, that's a big, new power that you are giving us, that we have the power now to decide whether racial discrimination has been solved? >> dale, it occurs to me that justice scalia has had that
in the intelligence community. but the law itself should not be kept secret. and it's this fight against secret law that has been so important. it shouldn't have taken seven requests. that's how many i made, rachel, over a two-year period to get this kind of information. now, i will tell you just in the last few days, the letter from mr. brennan was quite forthright on the question of making sure that he didn't believe the cia could use drones in the united states. the letter from mr. holder, while moving in the right direction, he in effect said he could only see using the military against what would amount to a foreign attack in the united states like pearl harbor. there still are some unanswered question there's. that's what we're going to have to keep digging into. i think you saw today those efforts will be bipartisan. >> senator ron wyden of oregon. that distinction that you're making there, the difference between secret operations and secret law is one that for all these different ways of resistance i believe is really starting to sink in, and the way people talk than in a way that i think i
the streets safer, force federal gun laws on the books against gangs and violent felons. this is a decade-long attack on the second amendment and that is really what it is. lou: how do you react when a senator wants to come across as he did in the 2010 campaign a top nra gun supporter, and now he is quiet. >> well, the legislation if you're talking about the legislation. lou: i'm talking about the senator and his attitude on the second amendment, why wouldn't he stand up? >> i don't know why he is silent other than maybe represents west virginia and people in west virginia want the second amendment protected. the guns they were talking about banning under diane feinstein's bill performed a different then ththenthe guns they were bannin. the cartridges on the small end of the power scale of rifle cartridges, and yet they say they want to ban that because it is more powerful, like our soldiers use. every round beer hunters use whether it is 243, 270, 30 odd six, or bigger calibers, 308, they are all larger calibers, they don't want to ban those. gun owners know the truth. that is why they a
under the constitution and the applicable laws of the united states for the presidents of the rise the military to use lethal force within the territory of the united states. his filibuster is, as i said, still going. now into its eighth hour. while saying repeatedly that he is only looking for the attorney-general of the president himself to clarify whether not american citizens who have not been classified as in the combatants could legally and constitutionally be targeted in the view of the administration. fellow republican senator ang others along with democrat ron wyden all have participated in the filibuster to this point. here is senator mike lee of utah questioning the attorney general's response to senator paul's questions. >> no one can reasonably look into this and decide who the government may kill with a draw renter the government may not care what the drone. lou: senator ted crews the tax is accusing the white house of threatening an outright power grab. >> and i would suggest that any time power is irrigated in one place in the ecutive that liberty is threatened. lou
saying, that there are no geographic limitations. they also, then, say that the laws of war apply. the laws of war basically mean that you don't get due process. and i can understand that in a battlefield. i'm not for reading miranda rights to people that are shooting at us. if you're an opposing soldier, you shoot at me, we kill you. there is no miranda rights. nears no jury, no trials, no due process. but they say america is the battlefield. that's a huge mistake. and i think most americans would disagree with them if they knew the implications. >> john brennan whose nomination to lead the cia was temporarily blocked by rand's filibuster was confirmed yesterday by a senate vote of 63-34. in fact, both mccain and graham voted to support brennan with graham calling it, quote, a referendum on the drone program, adding that before the filibuster, he had planned on voting no. that infuriated supporters of rand paul who launched an online movement with the hash tag primarygraham. they hammered him for dining in a d.c. restaurant while at the same time paul was questioning the administ
of racial equality. of course, achieving racial equality required applications of laws, metrics and approaches that are race conscious. universities committed to diverse student bodies need to consider the ethnicity of their applicants and school districts committed to integration need to monitor and track the racial makeup of their student body. the roberts' court conservative justices have no decent from this. roberts proclaimed he found the intense involve innocent in achieving that an icky business. it is a sordid business. this divvying us up by race. roberts with the factual declaration the way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race. that sentence is a perfect distillation of the jurisprudence on race with the adolescent soft history. it's a short distance from that reasoning to asking why there isn't a white history month? roberts' history of color blindness requires the courts to simply ignore or forget the actual history of institutions and laws and traditions and cultures. the lived experience of human beings embedded
retirement. a sharp contrast to the real harm inflected on seniors by the president's health care law. that's their quote. no longer 55? it's in or near retirement, which can mean whatever paul ryan wants it to mean. moderate republicans in the gop a little bit nervous tonight. an anonymous republican lawmaker who was in the meeting with ryan told "the hill" republicans made commitments to their constituents at age 55. if they go back on their promise, it will be problematic for many of them. well, that's good news for democrats. you can't trust these guys anyway. john boehner, you think he cares? no, he doesn't care. when he was asked about the new medicare plan, he completely brushed it off. >> i think we'll let them work it out, and we'll see what outcome they get. >> sure, let them work it out. boehner doesn't have to commit to any changes. he feels extremely safe. as long as house districts are gerrymandered in his favor, and they are. this is why republicans continue to obstruct with plans like the ryan budget. they don't want to change the status quo when the rich are doing so doggon
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come into law as soon as next year. carolin roth is in zurich. are the swiss shooting themselves in the head here? >> well, that's hard to say. a lot of people say it could impact switzerland's competitiveness negatively, though other experts have told me this morning that the fundamental res still in place because switzerland has a very low corporate tax rate, still has the right business environment. now, also, we're going to have to wait and see. to what extent these strict pay laws are actually going to be xwlekted because some people say they could be watered down quite significantly. but what it does ensure, of course, is this, you know, lower extent of short-termism in the swiss labor market. so it ensures that no corporate executive from overseas is coming to switzerland just to get that big signing bonus. but i just want to show you what the reaction has been in the newspapers. the french daily says this is a triumph. and you see his corner office as being smashed here. now, another paper says this is the historic coop. of course, they're referencing to the person who is
to save your life and you can't be sued for performing cpr, there's other thinging -- >> california law. >> i agree. if that's the case, we can agree it's an outrage. i have seen this in my own life and probably all seen -- a lot of us seen similar things. older people will have a conversation with the nurses who are around them, their family an they will say, over and over for the final years of their lives, i don't want to be resuscitated. >> isn't there -- that bothers you? >> suggests to me strongly when the family comes out with a statement they had that conversation with the family and had that conversation with the caregiver and if the policy of the place in that situation is to comfort you in the final moments but not -- >> not comforting at all. >> no comfort there. >> she wasn't but -- again, i don't have the full details but the fact the family isn't alarmed. >> i wouldn't want to go there. i wouldn't want to be a guest there. >> it's a tough one. >> a hotel to give you everything except help when you're dying. >>> all right. straight ahead, a sequester side effect. illegal i
lawmakers to pass stricter gun laws. >> be bold, be courageous. please support background checks. >> joining me now, one of the sponsors of the gun trafficking bill, richard blumenthal of connecticut. thank you so much for your time. >> thank you. >> talk to me about why you believe this is a key start here. >> this illegal trafficking ban is a critical cornerstone of a comprehensive strategy to help stop gun violence. the reason is simply there is no law now incredibly, no law at all that prohibits illegal trafficking. we are talking about straw purchases where somebody buys a gun for another person who would be barred from buying a gun and also actions against experiences. the trafficking networks against the ringleaders and the kingpins who profit from the sales of illegal guns. 20 years in prison, potentially 30 year citizen maximum will spend a strong message and forfeiture of property and a range of measures that can be a comprehensive strategy that include background checks as well as a ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines. this step is a vitally important one. >> talk t
's son-in-law and mouth piece is in a manhattan jail after pleading not guilty to terrorism charges. it's the first time new yorkers got to see him face-to-face, and it comes on a very busy day on america's security front. also stinging criticism of the tsa allowing small knives and bats on planes. they say passengers should be allowed to go on board with battle-axes and even machetes. a lot of people are stunned by it, including my first guest, senator john mccain who is making news right here about it. senator, welcome to you. >> thank you, piers, good to be back. >> you're all over the news again today, predominantly involving osama bin laden's son-in-law, sulaiman abu ghaith, you're not happy at all that he's been tried in a criminal court. why is that? >> i believe he's an enemy combatant and according to the rules of war, he should be tried as such and he should be in guantanamo. and one of the questions that should be asked, if that is not the case, and clearly it's not, how soon was he given his miranda rights, and if he has been, his good lawyers will tell him not to talk. we n
. we're going back to you at hq. >> thank you. attorney general eric holder, top law enforcement making a statement that has us scratching our head. eamon javers, live in washington. eamon? >> a surprise question with eric holder on whether some banks are what they call too big to jail. whether the size of financial institutions inhibits department of justice from going after them for fear of economic consequences. take a look what they said just in the hour. >> i'm concerned about the size of some of the institutions becomes so large that it does become difficult for us to prosecute them, when we are hit with indications that if you do prosecute, if you do bring a criminal charge, it will have a negative impact on the national economy perhaps even the world economy. >> now, holder went on to tell senate judiciary committee that the size inhibit them to what they call resolutions. tyler and sue, i can tell you that there are senators on capitol hill, including chuck grassley, who are very upset by that. they say it is not the department of justice's job to take on economic conditions. t
all over the country including in texas, full disclosure. my law firm represents several of the companies that are the major fracking companies in the country, representing texas for many, many years. of course, there's problems. every form of energy extraction including windmills and solar have problems. neil: isn't the governor say let's examine the problems? >> we had the problems for years. neil: right? then why -- obama's another two years do? >> it's getting good reports on how it's done. neil: what's he up to? >> best practices mean you do it with a minimum amount of possible effect on the environment. also, it'll help us in terms of pollution because these natural gas is used, it's significantly less impact on the environment. neil: the governor could have said, look, i'm going to rise above the interest of the environmentalists who cap job growth in my state and make a statement -- should he choose to run for president -- that he's above this. this could have been his clinton, you know, moment. >> you know, i had favorable things to say about andrew and the way h
of the voting rights act, which gives the federal government the right to negate local and state election laws in certain areas of the country, mostly in the south, if they believe it will disenfranchise minorities and the vice president has said he didn't realize that these fights would have to be fought over and over. yesterday i spoke with one of the attorneys for the naacp defense fund and he is arguing this case in front of the supreme court along donald varrili. justice scalia said this amounts to racial entitlement. here's his response to that claim. >> from the perspective of a civil rights lawyer and an american it completely denies our history. for more than a century of persistent discrimination. discrimination that stood in the face of the constitution. it's an answer to promisess that went unkept for over 100 years. the voting act rights captures what is best in america. the idea that we should all be able to participate in the democracy. >> there were 98 senators in 2006 who voted to reauthorize the voting rights act of 1965, including joe biden and every senator from the states
students and young women finishing up school or going into their law school experiences, and they are hearing something here that is meaningful to them in part, because, you know, she talks about this sense that you have to start planning for, you know, for your family work-balance before you pr dating anyone seriously. does this resonate for you? >> absolutely. i just returned from my honeymoon, and so -- >> here we are at work. >> and here i am, and this whole debate is intersecting in a raw way with the questions that i am struggling with everyday, how to start a family and continue building a career. it is on the minds and constant topic of conversation for anyone in their 30s, and now their 20s. and what we are seeing is that the conversation fails to are recognize the kinds of specific struggles that we are noticing in our lives, that we believe that women's liberation won't be possible in america until it is possible for every single woman to live the good life. unfortunately, in the process of leaning in, who are are women in power leaning on? nannies, housekeepe
that promote democratic principles, the rule of law and respect for human rights, it said. any fresh start won't be helped by the expulsion of two u.s. diplomats in the hours before chavez died. accused of plotting against the government a charge immediately jeekt rejected by the united states. but president obama didn't rise to that provocation. he joined other world leaders in offering his condolences and even said he would like to build a more constructive relationship with venezuela in the future. >> all right. our thanks to you. as everyone knows, chavez certainly had his critics especially in miami. an editorial reads as a national leader, he was an abject failure. many there cheered when they heard chavez had died, but some say they were cheering for venezuela's fresh start. >> it's important to say i'm not happy because chavez died. i'm happy because my country can be free. >> it represents a burden off our back really. i'm not happy he died, but i'm just happy he's out of presidency. >> chavez sought medical treatment in cuba and took on pi dell castro as his mentor. many there consid
here. president obama will sign the violence against women act into law today after months of negotiations. >> that's great. >> the republican-run house finally signed off on the ball. this is a-- vice president joe biden will be there. >>> mitt romney has landed on his feet. was he ever off of them? i guess when you lose a presidential election. he's returning now to the private sector. romney is joining his oldest son at his investment firm. he'll reportedly work with the firm for one week a month advising on matters of private equity. >> mitt romney knows something about private equity. >> maybe a little something. >> the family of reeva steenkamp now breaking their silence for the first time since the so-called blade runner was released on bail. >> i would like to be face to face with him. >> we'll have more on this murder case in a cnn exclusive, coming up next. eight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes aren't always made for people with diabetes. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help mi
't kill americans in cafes. >> calm down, senator. mr. holder is right. even if he doesn't explain the law very well. >> the young guns versus the old guard in the u.s. senate. is this a vision of what's to come in 2014. and later -- >> very sad for the people that will not be able to see the inside of the gorgeous white house. >> a lot of people, it's a once in a lifetime opportunity to go in the white house. >> today's the first day that they can't go to the white house. they say tours are a sequester casualty. we continue to watch developing news from south africa. that's where nelson mandela was admitted to a hospital in pretoria this afternoon. doctors say this is all for a scheduled medical check-up to manage some pre-existing conditions. they add at this point there's no reason for alarm. you'll remember the 94-year-old former south african president spent 18 days in the hospital back in december, but again, we are monitoring nelson mandela's hospital visit in south africa. we'll continue to keep you up-to-date on that. first, though, secretary of defense chuck hagel is in afghanist
and nurses on staff. that is the difference. police say they haven't found any laws broken just yet. >> at this point to date we have found no culpability. that is going to take time to sort out the details. there are facts we need to look through. >> authorities say they are reviewing their c.p.r. policy. the victim's daughter who is also a nurse, by the way, says she is satisfied with how that nurse acted. the 911 dispatcher on that call, the woman who tried so heroically to get that nurse to do something, she is not being investigated. >>brian: what is the rule? if it says do not resuscitate, does that include c.p.r.? >> do not resuscitate is one thing. if someone is in a coma and there is a d.n.r. on them, that is different than someone collapsing in a nursing facility. >>gretchen: is this what we've come to where people cannot be good samaritans anymore for fear they might be sued if the end of the outcome is not positive? what got me is that 911 dispatcher saying are you human? do you have a human feeling there? and isn't there someone there, a grounds person, someone you can
that effectively there is no availability of abortions. when we talk about the laws, there are many things that are blocking access to abortion besides the actual laws being passed. this is just the latest of what has been a pretty steady stream of state level efforts to roll back that access. >> and, gale, this is international women's day, and we are talking about a situation where in parts of the world we've seen what's happened in india with the horrific rape and the way women are gang-raped and the justice system not coming to their defense -- or coming to their defense belatedly. women in other parts of this world have so much more critical life and death decision and threats than we face here at home. >> well, and i think that gets at the whole -- going back to the sheryl sandberg. her point is the world is ruled by men, and women are not better off because of that, and i think the argument is that even in places around the world where women are facing incredibly difficult situations, violence against women, rape, all kinds of domestic violence, you know, two-thirds of this world's
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about a new law. bring people in. >> the problem as we become so dependent. we really are hostage to a continuing and it may not. fertility rates to drop in worldwide coming to the central and south america. mexico is that the replacement rate now and falling fast. john: and singapore the government gives cash bonuses to mothers who have more babies. >> yes,. john: as a work? >> not really. it works a little bit, but it does not work enough. we were doing interviews in singapore and asking young women , or whatever you'd have a kid. we get up to a million dollars and we give up. she wasn't going to have a kid no matter how much because she sang, over time that is going to cost more than a million. what's a negative and hassle. john: why should we believe you to doomsayer's any more than the population bomb. there are too many babies. regarding everyone out, which is what i was taught in college. total nonsense. maybe this is not correct. >> we're just raising the issue. we have a problem. it can be a very serious long-term problem. had we address it? a society, like japan. by 2015
net service has nanny companies to deal with the costs the new costs coming under the healthcare law. registered nurse sitting at her home somewhere and you call into your insurance company my throat is sore i have got a headache what do i do do i go to the er? do i need to go to the director? >> it is a way to cut costs for companies but you can get a job out of it. some of the jobs will be at the headquarters in san antonio, texas. also they need hr marketing and finance folks. you are evaluating those systems. inc magazine called them one of the fastest growing companies. they reached out to us at fs job hunt at we are getting a lot of results. >> themselves voted one of the best places to work. >> that's good news. >> java juice. >> i know you drink it. >> 3500 summer jobs. they had national hiring day on tuesday. they are lacking for those kids that want to come in. you need a summer job especially college kids come into jamba juice. you make 8 bucks per hour. a lot of those jobs do become regular full-time jobs or at least full-time salary hourly position jobs. aft
for stew. -- forced dues. that is where the thing in legal contract law that says each side has to get something and give something up to have a valid contract. in this case the woers are getting or the union is getting 10 years of forced dues and the only thing the workers are getting is a privilege to pay those dues until 2023. neil: we should explain the right to work, you as a right of the employee of the state whether you want to be in a union or not. if you're the union he said such a good deal because we will get better pay packages and the like, to be an honor to stay with them, you won't bat an eyelash at it. the people are concerned they will look at this coming to the quick conclusion isn't worth the money or the aggravation, and that is why they're doing this, right? >> the union is worry once workers are given a choice, that is all writes to work is, gives a choice whether to pay the union and still keep their job the unions worry once you have that choice they will say forget it, you are not doing a good job and i don't want to pay you. a lot of them say they look at the
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